This video is making the rounds on a few blogs this morning -- they're calling its subject "the worst wedding DJ eve,r" and we can see why! He's not making any friends with his sarcastic (and possibly drunk) behavior... and then he starts starts slapping a woman's breasts!
It's a pretty bizarre video for a number of reasons: His terrible performance, the way the woman who gets accosted doesn't seem particularly bother by it, how the whole thing is choreographed (by the filmmaker in post-production) to In the Air Tonight... We're speechless.
But don't worry ladies, you won't be stuck with this joker for your wedding. We'll help hire a real professional:
Want a wedding dress right off the runway? Try one of these four trends seen in this season’s top designer shows. Wedding gowns are your chance to go high fashion, but that doesn’t necessarily mean a high price. Look for similar styles in your local boutique.
1950’s Vintage The popular TV series Mad Men has inspired a run of classic 1950’s wedding fashion. Go vintage glamour with a structured hairstyle, traditional white, thick belts and modest necklines. 1950’s wedding dresses flatter a variety of body types. Find out what your local boutique has to offer. Don’t forget to wear a supportive bra when you try on dresses.
Old Hollywood Glam Look for ultra-formal mermaid-style wedding gowns reminiscent of Hollywood starlets on the red carpet. Great for tall brides, these slender silhouettes can be very form-fitting. To pull this look off, invest in body-smoothing lingerie. If you have long hair, try pairing this look with a smooth, wavy vintage style worn down.
Tea Length Romance For a sweet, girlish look, raise the hemline to tea length. This Alice-in-Wonderland look lends romance and whimsy to your wedding. Perfect for semi-formal and daytime weddings, a tea-length wedding dress gives you a chance to show off a gorgeous pair of shoes. Add a cute handbag to finish off the look.